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Nine GIS Lessons at KS3 and GCSE - Student Textbook

Helen Young

  • Series Editor: AU Enterprises Ltd
  • Pages: 56
  • ISBN: 978-1-874164-02-9
  • Published: 2010

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This Student Textbook accompanies the Nine GIS Lessons: Teacher Pack and is essential for allowing students to work through the lessons. It contains an introduction, detailed step-by-step guides to using AEGIS for each of the nine lessons and a glossary.


Introduction: What is GIS

Lesson 1: Where should the wind farm be located?

Lesson 2: Why are some National Parks busier than others?

Lesson 3: How does a global company operate?

Lesson 4:  Are there urban disparities within the city of Lichfield?

Lesson 5:  What processes are affecting the Holderness coastline?

Lesson 6:  How does a river change from source to mouth?

Lesson 7:  What are the patterns of migration in Europe?

Lesson 8:  What is the global pattern of tectonic activity?

Lesson 9:  Is the Brandt Line still relevant when analysing global disparity?


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